The Journal of the American Medical Association recently shared their most-read studies of 2018, featuring research from two AcademyHealth members.
AcademyHealth member Laura C. Myers discusses the implications of findings from a recent study pointing to complex issues around standardization of hospital policies.
Larissa Nekhlyudov, inaugural NCI/AcademyHealth visiting scholar, discusses the importance of quality measurement in cancer survivorship care.
Trends in state programs provide an opportunity to examine how long-term services and supports (LTSS) are being financed and implemented. This post previews a forthcoming webinar from AcademyHealth’s LTSS interest group that will provide an overview of Medicaid financed Managed LTSS.
Robin Gelburd of FAIR Health, an AcademyHealth organizational affiliate, highlights findings from a recent white paper around the growth of alternative places of health care service and medical pricing.
Keeping stakeholders engaged throughout the research process is essential to ensuring research makes a difference in policy and practice. Laura Lagendyk of NVivo, an AcademyHealth Organizational Affiliate, shares a practical example of one way to help stakeholders make the link between data and the relevance to the research.
Year two, under our belts. Concordium 2016, a practical health data rodeo, once again successfully brought together health data lassoers, ropers and bronco riders in the form of data scientists...